Join Ephemeral New York for upcoming events!

Ephemeral New York would like to announce a few public events focused around the upcoming release, THE GILDED AGE IN NEW YORK, 1870-1910. Hope to see everyone there! More talks and tours are in the works too.


BOOK LAUNCH TALK: October 5, 2016 at 6:30 PM at the Museum at Eldridge Street
Join me for a reading/Q&A on New York City’s Gilded Age, an era of incredible wealth, poverty, corruption, invention, and rapid social change. Fee: pay as you wish

AUTHOR @ THE LIBRARY: November 7, 2016 at 6:30 PM at the New York Public Library Mid-Manhattan Branch
This illustrated lecture tells the story of how New York transformed from a small-scale post-Civil War city lit by gas and powered by horses into a mighty metropolis of skyscrapers and subways. Free

6 Responses to “Join Ephemeral New York for upcoming events!”

  1. Peter Bennett Says:

    I so wish I could join you, but alas NYC is a bit of a schlep from LA. Good luck and have a great night

  2. ephemeralnewyork Says:

    A schlep it is . . . but thanks for your kind wishes!

  3. Audrey Burtrum-Stanley Says:

    You have so many devoted readers of your delightful blog. I want you to have big sales, the critic’s praise and much happiness with your new book as well as your NYC talks. (This lecture needs to be recorded and presented on C-SPAN’s BookTV.)

    You don’t have to be a resident of ‘The Big Apple’ not to care greatly about it; Indeed, we (readers & you the teacher-writer,) don’t have to recognize each other on the street not to consider ourselves ‘friends’ — friends through the powerful magic of this computer screen.

    We are appreciative of your toil and wish success to flow down on thee…

  4. ephemeralnewyork Says:

    Thank you so much Audrey for the kind words and thoughts! I’ll see what I can do about C-SPAN….

  5. Lady G. Says:

    Congratulations! I hope to be there! And buy a copy of the book of course. 🙂

    • ephemeralnewyork Says:

      Thanks Lady G! I hope you can make it. I’ve enjoyed your comments and insight for so long now, it would be great to meet in person.

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